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What are the side effects associated with taking Doral?

Tell your doctor if the following side effects do not go away or become more severe when taking Doral: daytime drowsiness, amnesia, forgetfulness, weakness of muscles, loss of balance, dizziness, fatigue, nightmares, headache, blurry vision, nervousness, irritability, impotence, diminished sex-drive, mild skin itchiness, skin rash, nausea, diarrhea,   abdominal pain, indigestion, diminished appetite, dry mouth, or thirstiness. More serious side effects that may occur while taking Doral include: insomnia that worsens, confusion, anxiety, speech slurring, behavior changes, aggressive behavior, suicidal thoughts, depression, hallucinations, agitation, shallow breath, rapid heartbeats, muscle stiffness, urination difficulties, and jaundice. Because other side effects may occur, you should notify a doctor about any new symptoms to find out if they are related to use of this medication.

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